Data abstraction in DBMS
Data abstraction is the process of distilling information right down to its fundamentals. In an object schema, the abstract data model is implemented as a graph. Here figure reveals such a graph construction for a genealogical database. To learn more about information abstraction, see the products under "more information" below. For the next exemplory case of information abstraction, understand complex data.
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by Douglas K Barry with David Dick
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